TIME: 7pm – 9pm
DATE: Thursday 14 March
PLACE: Castle One, Otago University, Dunedin Campus
- Situation and challenge: world GHG trends, the remaining global carbon “budget”, NZ’s breakdown of GHG emissions and necessary trajectory – Assoc. Prof. Emeritus Bob Lloyd, Climate Consultant
- Dunedin’s energy profile and opportunities to make us more sustainable, including co-benefits – Assoc. Prof. Janet Stephenson , Director, Centre for Sustainability
- What we can do as a City: Dunedin’s emissions footprint, and the development of city-wide actions to reduce this; the DCC’s organisational footprint and ambition – Marian Ioannou and Jessie Wu, Corporate Policy team, Dunedin City Council
- What you can do as an individual: ways to measure, monitor and manage personal and household energy and carbon footprint to reduce emissions – Austin Hansell, Enviro-Mark Solutions
- What you can do as a business: how to profile and monitor your carbon footprint, the gains that are being made and their importance for the likes of fund access, risk and liability and carbon credits – Dr Ann Smith, Enviro-Mark Solutions
- Q and A: where to from here?
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Seminar arranged by Wise Response Society
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